Between 42 and 61

October 29, 2014 § Leave a comment

stackoverflow is by far more frequent than heapunderflow – 61 times more frequent, to be precise – , even if one considers making brief posts on  blog. Who then would care about things like ownership?  (disregarding linked or deleted ones)

… 6 months later: what’s that about? Well, back then it was the only possibility to proof my identity against the admin of the site “stackoverflow.com”. On that site, I lost my credentials to log in, and in order not to loose the earned reputation I had to proof that the subject “monnoo” actually exists.

I suggested that I would publish an openly encrypted message at a particular location in space-time, that it is here on my blog, with the same alias. The content of the message should refer to some information that was only available to the subject in question. And so the above small piece of other-sense was born…

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